Living in Australia

Enjoy Brisbane Lifestyle

Brisbane is the capital of Queensland, Australia’s sunshine state. Its sub-tropical climate and a dynamic economy are attracting large numbers of migrants.

It has a population of around two million people who enjoy a relaxed lifestyle in a beautiful, spacious city.

Like most Australian cities, the majority of people live in detached houses with gardens. This means the city sprawls over a large area.

To learn more about life in Australia, here are some useful links:

Useful links

Study in Australia
This is the official Australian Government website for international students. Search for courses, institutions and scholarships, read about studying and living in Australia, watch stories from other students, and learn about Australian education. This website is managed by the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade).

What’s on in Brisbane
Discover the best events that Brisbane has to offer. What’s On website is a service for local business and community groups provided by the City of Brisbane, the local government authority for Brisbane and surrounds. It is curated by City of Brisbane staff.

Transport of QLD
Translink provides you with the information you need to plan an efficient and successful trip on public transport in QLD anytime, anywhere on the website, apps, mobile website or Twitter. If you prefer you can phone 13 12 30 for trip planning information and automated information about service changes and trackwork.

Share Accommodation
Gumtree is a local classified ads and community site, designed to connect people who are either planning to move, or have just arrived, and need help getting started with accommodation. Gumtree is now loved by its ever-growing community all around the world.

Apartment Rental
Domain Group is one of Australia’s leading multi-platform property industry destinations. They provide residential, commercial and rural property marketing solutions and search tools, plus information for buyers, investors, sellers, renters and agents Australia wide.

Gumtree Job Board
Gumtree is a local noticeboard that now spans 76 cities across 11 countries that connects not just new people arriving to a city but also the locals. It is the biggest websites for local community classifieds including Stuff for sale, Cars, flatshare, flat rentals and jobs.
Seek is an employment marketplaces that focused on facilitating the matching between jobseekers and employment opportunities, and helping hirers find candidates for advertised roles. There are over 375 million visits to our sites every month and have over 3 million job opportunities available at any given time.

GoVolunteer has a large range of volunteer roles including one off, short term and long term opportunities and many volunteer involving organisations can be flexible with times. They also make it easy for you to find a volunteer role that suits your interests, motivation, availability and location.

Australian Taxation Office
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is the principal revenue collection agency of the Australian government. On ATO website you can access a range of information about tax and super. All information are available for individual, business and not for profit company.

The Office of Fair Trading
The office of Fair Trading safeguards the rights of all consumers and advises business and traders on fair and ethical practice. They provide services directly to individuals and businesses to create a fair, safe and equitable marketplace.

Australian Workplace Laws
The Fair Work Ombudsman is a  support  service that is available to all international students to ensure that you are safe from workplace exploitation and to help you familiarize  yourself with Australian workplace Laws and Rights.

Department of Home Affairs (DHA)
The Department of Home Affairs is responsible for immigration and customs border policy. On this website, you can find out more information about different types of visa, entering, living, working and leaving Australia.

Department of Education and Training
The Department of Education and Training is responsible for national policies and programmes that help Australians access quality and affordable early child care and childhood education, school education, higher education, vocational education and training, international education and research.

Australian Education International
The Department of Education and Training works with the education sector, other government agencies and ministries to ensure Australia is recognised as a regional and world leader in education and a partner of choice for international collaboration. The department provides leadership and coordination across government, delivering programs and policies, to support mobility and the global exchange of knowledge.

Overseas Student Ombudsman
In Australia, there is a Commonwealth Ombudsman as well as State and Territory ombudsman.The Commonwealth Ombudsman deals with complaints about Commonwealth Government departments and agencies, and is also the Ombudsman for overseas students, private health insurance, Immigration and others.

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